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    Mushrooms with ham and eggs.

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    My plans for today Cheerios for breakfast, probably a chicken sandwich for lunch and maybe a salad for dinner.
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    beef ribs and rice.

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    A nice tall glass of Soylent! And a lot of water. It's not a diet to lose weight. It's just a different and easier way to get all the nutrients you need in a day.

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    Ate some chicken and steak stir fry at a Mexican place with re-fried beans and burritos. Then an hour later ...I ...UNLEASHED...HELL on the bathroom !
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    Leftover corn pie.
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    Macaroni with cheese and roasted chicken

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    Beer. It's 11am where I'm at.

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    Baked ribs and sausages with eggs and potato salad.
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    Fried chicken and fries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orujo-man View Post
    Marmita:



    It's a tuna casserole with potatoes, onion, pepper and tomato, mainly.
    I made it yesterday. Thanks for the recipe, wife and I love it. This is a dish that's better with re-heating, and I like that because you can go ahead and make a big batch to last a few days. It is very similar to my mom's (Hungarian) stews except there is fish instead of beef, pork, or chicken. I think any kind of meat will work in it, add some carrot and another veggie also (thinking zuchinni or summer squash while they are in season). With beef, pork, or chicken, it should be good to freeze what's left over after you've had enough for a while.

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    Homemade Chicken Quesadillas.

    Beats the CRAP out of anything I've ever had from a restaurant!
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    One equal temper of heroic hearts,
    Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
    To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Filament View Post
    I made it yesterday. Thanks for the recipe, wife and I love it. This is a dish that's better with re-heating, and I like that because you can go ahead and make a big batch to last a few days. It is very similar to my mom's (Hungarian) stews except there is fish instead of beef, pork, or chicken. I think any kind of meat will work in it, add some carrot and another veggie also (thinking zuchinni or summer squash while they are in season). With beef, pork, or chicken, it should be good to freeze what's left over after you've had enough for a while.
    I'm so glad you enjoyed the dish, you and your wife. Everything you said is true, re-heating the dish tastes better and is common to do a lot for a few days and freeze the rest. It is an old dish typical of fishing villages here, usually done with white tuna but also can be made with any variety of fish.

    In fact to be a dish that passed from parents to children, each family has its own recipe, so I encourage you to do your own variant and feel free to use carrots, any vegetable or even meat. No rules here.
    Last edited by Orujo-man; 08-28-2016 at 02:00 AM.

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    Left over clam chowder

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    Sirloin steak, baked potato, roasted Brussels sprouts, and the best damn sautéed mushrooms I've ever made! A little soy sauce and Marsala wine, kids. It makes ALL the difference.
    Though much is taken, much abides; and though
    We are not now that strength which in old days
    Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are,
    One equal temper of heroic hearts,
    Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
    To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

    --Lord Alfred Tennyson--

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